Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 May 1867
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p.2 Marine Items - ...Bruno and Avon passed up yesterday; str. Empress had one of her paddle boxes nearly demolished through a stick of wood being caught in the wheel and carried around with it.
-The Empress - to run between Trenton and Montreal, lately bought by Mr. Lynch of Beauharnois from Capt. Dewitt who had lost it because of ruinous competition last year.
-Lumber Trade - several shippers involved in trade to Oswego; exports to be larger this year.
-Wire Rigging - now universally in use, 23 vessels fitted out this spring by one dealer and importer in Kingston; an outfit was sent to Buffalo for a vessel; Americans and Canadians use English rigging.
-The Saguenay - Magnet and Champion to run there in a few weeks.
-Wheat In Store - amount of wheat at different ports, amount on lakes.
-Imports - 4.
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- 7 May 1867
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes